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Since the discovery of the role of the APOBEC enzymes in human cancers, the mechanisms of this type of mutagenesis remain little understood. Theoretically, targeting of single-stranded DNA by the APOBEC enzymes could occur during cellular processes leading to the unwinding of DNA double-stranded structure. Some evidence points to the importance of replication in the APOBEC mutagenesis, while the role of transcription is still underexplored. Here, we analyzed gene expression and whole genomedoi:10.1101/2021.04.14.439818 fatcat:w7qovbglmzg2xnzouxlcwnpn6q